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Have you ever asked yourself, "What is a domain, anyway?" Well, take a look up there at the top of the screen. See that part at the top of your browser window in the URL bar? It's the part that starts with "http://" in the address bar. The second part of the URL is the domain. like the 

Every website is identified by a unique series of numbers called an IP address. This numeric set is what your computer uses to connect to the server where the website data lives.



Domain & Business

Picking a new domain name for your business is exciting!


Domain names
 are much more than just a technical shortcut. A short, memorable domain name can make the difference between creating a successful Web presence and getting lost in cyberspace. A domain name adds credibility to your small business.
Domain Names

Make it easy to type

Finding a domain name that’s easy to type is critical to online success. If you use slang or words with multiple spellings, it might be harder for customers to find your site.

Keep it short

If your domain name is long and complex, you risk customers mistyping or misspelling it. Short and simple is the way to go.

Use keywords

Try using keywords that describe your business and the services you offer. example: if you’re a glass replacement business, you may want to register / It helps improve your rank on search engines which increases traffic.

Target your area

If your business is local, consider including your city or state in your domain name to make it easy for local customers to find and remember. Example:

Avoid numbers & hyphens

Numbers and hyphens are often misunderstood — people who hear your website address don’t know if you’re using a numeral 5 or it’s spelled out five or they misplace or forget the dash.

Be memorable

There are millions of registered domain names, so having a domain that’s catchy and memorable is essential. Once you’ve come up with a name, share it with close friends to make sure it sounds appealing and makes sense to others. if you got a great idea for a domain just register your name today and put a website out there on future.

Research it

Make sure the name you’ve selected isn’t trademarked, copyrighted or being used by another company. It could result in a huge legal mess that could cost you a fortune, as well as your domain!

Use popular domain name extension

Extensions are suffixes, such as .com or .net, at the end of web addresses. These can have specific uses, so make sure to choose one that works for your business. The .com domain extension is far and away the most popular, but it can be tough to get a short and memorable .com domain name because it’s been around for so long.

Protect and build your brand

To protect your brand, you should purchase various domain extensions, as well as misspelled versions of your domain name. This prevents competitors from registering other versions and ensures your customers are directed to your website, even if they mistype it.

Act fast

Domain names sell quickly. Thankfully, they’re also inexpensive, so register your favorite domain names as soon as possible. If you’re having trouble finding an available name, domain registrars like GoDaddy will suggest alternate names during your domain search to help you find the perfect domain name.

A bevy of new generic top-level domains — like .photography, .nyc and .guru — offer a great opportunity to register short and highly relevant names. And here are some other top extensions and how they’re often used:

.co : an abbreviation for company, commerce, and community.
.info : informational sites.
.net : technical, Internet infrastructure sites.
.org : non-commercial organizations and nonprofits.
.biz : business or commercial use, like e-commerce sites.
.me : blogs, resumes or personal sites.

Don't build several sites!
You don’t need to build a website for every domain. Just forward any additional domains to your primary website.

How Your Domain Name Will Impact
SEO & Social Media Marketing

When starting a new website, one of the first and most important decisions you have to make is choosing a domain name. That choice will impact the website’s success in nearly every area, included search engine optimization (SEO) and social media marketing (SMM). 

Now, the real question is how these will affect SEO. There are about 200 ranking factors in Google's algorithm, and domain name is only one of them; thus it has very little to no effect with the site's SEO. However, having a well thought SLD and TLD will definitely help in many ways.

How to Register a Domain?
Getting a domain name involves registering the name you want with an organisation called ICANN through a domain name registrar. For example, if you choose a name like "", you will have to go to a registrar, pay a registration fee that costs around US$10 to US$35 for that name.

 Start with a WHOIS

If the domain you want is already taken, start with a little basic research. If you run a WHOIS on the domain name you can get the status and possibly the background information on who registered it.

To run a WHOIS:

  1. Visit
  2. Type the desired domain name into the search field and click the search icon
  3. Record the information (copy and paste)


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Registered Domain Note
When anyone registers a new domain, they’ll typically have the option to purchase privacy protection. If this option is selected, then their personal information and contact information will not be revealed in a WHOIS or listed publicly in any database.

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